Olá James e a todos.
On Monday 10 November 2008 22:22:40 James Westby wrote:
> Currently I find unmounting removable devices in GNOME is less than
> optimal for a couple of reasons.
> Firstly, I don't think I should have to open nautilus or go to the
> desktop to do this, though it's not the end of the world. Secondly,
> there is no notification when you just yank out a removable device, and
> no real indication that you should unmount before doing so, so it's not
> obvious to new users.
> I use the drive mount applet to overcome the first issue, but it
> doesn't solve the second.
I've been using the mount applet too, since its the easiest way to access all my mounts.
I see a balloon when I unplug my pendrives.
Actually I see 2 balloons... one for half a second telling me that data is still being write to disk (even if nothing has been written in hours) and just after that a new balloon telling me I can remove the device.
I guess there's some test that runs, shows the 1st balloon, and only then ejects the pen.
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